Perceptions regarding quality of care provided by primary care dietitians for an eating disorder

About this study

Many people experiencing an eating disorder receive nutrition care from a dietitian. Learning about these experiences will help us understand how dietitians can best meet the needs of people impacted by eating disorders and their loved ones in a primary care setting.

We are inviting those with a lived experience and carers to share their experiences of dietetic care in a 30 minute interview. If you would like to participate in this research study, please read the Participant Information Sheet (bit.ly/3giIOnl) and Consent Form (bit.ly/3AT3E4D) and complete the questions.

Research TeamAlana Heafala
InstitutionGriffith University
Ethics Approval Numberis 2021/551
Project Start DateSeptember 3, 2021
Project End DateNovember 30, 2021
Contact Details

alana.heafala@griffithuni.edu.au

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